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    Re: Help, Instrument Cluster Light Colours

    LoL...i wasn't sure if all s2 have alternators. it seems whenever i assume something i am wrong. thanks for the exciting explanation!
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    Re: Help, Instrument Cluster Light Colours

    i'm not familiar with the s2 charging circuit. you would have to see how the light is triggered to see if can be switched to led.
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    Re: Help, Instrument Cluster Light Colours

    you are correct, i didn't change that one for led.
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    Re: Help, Instrument Cluster Light Colours

    i use led's in mine, don't remember the brand but they're dimmable. lots of options for ba9 bulbs out there.
  5. Re: A question for those of you who know about electric motors

    Sometimes it appears the switch is working ok, or the fuse is passing current properly when you check it with your meter, but when you put the circuit under load it fails. Probe the wires at the fan...
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    For Sale: Re: Fulvia Batteries, Bosch, Correct size

    i don't really need anything per se, but if you have stuff laying around when you need to be packing up and getting out let me know. i'm in olympia and can come retrieve stuff to keep it from going...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    well then, i defer to the man with experience in the matter...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    yeah, i don't know if that's wise. it might be tough to get the remainder out of the taper.
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    now that you say it that way it makes total sense...
    i didn't know s2 were so different.
    that arm will need to come off before the joint will come out of it's seat for sure.
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    i'm sure the cap is just rusted in place. the nuts are the only thing holding it in position. i also doubt you can separate the arm from the ball joint while still seated in the taper. i won't say...
  11. Thread: Going nuts

    by bmarler
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    Re: Going nuts

    ok, i should have said, any nylock in a critical position...8)
  12. Re: A question for those of you who know about electric motors

    hopefully running it in for a while will restore it's functionality.
    using improper grease can cause too much stiction for the motor to start easily. i use a lightweight product from kluber for...
  13. Thread: Going nuts

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    Re: Going nuts

    any nylock that has been re-positioned should be discarded. the holding torque is greatly diminished.
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    Re: Synthetic gearbox oils in the USA

    get the box warmed up before draining. the old oil will flow out easier.
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    Re: 50th anniversary restoration

    if you can't find the right codes for the cam cover i'm sure a good paint supply house can scan it and come up with a very good match. then you can have it formulated in almost any paint type you...
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    Re: Removing S2 lower wishbones

    those m6 nuts are for holding the rubber seal on as well as being a safety to retain the ball joint. the arm isn't going to just pop off without a struggle. you'll need to undo the top nut and use a...
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    Re: What tyres? S2 1600 Zagato on 6" Cromadoras

    i think this has been done, but the fulvia relies on the taller sidewall as part of the suspension. low profile tires will make the ride too harsh for most people.
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    Re: bleeding Appia brakes

    appia brakes are very simple really. and the plunger makes it easy to bleed with only one person. first though, when replacing the master it should be bled before installation. you will lose some...
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    Re: fuel pressure regulator, and fast idle

    when trying to adjust the carbs it may be beneficial to disconnect the throttle linkage temporarily. then you won't have any influence of the pedal assembly or related linkage.
    have you taken any...
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    Re: Accelerator Pedal Rollers?

    do you remember the bearing size you used there?
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    Re: Two quick steering wheel questions.

    it's been my experience that most aftermarket wheels take the same pattern so you really have a wide selection to choose from. i'm running a 360mm momo right now and i don't really find the steering...
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    Re: Ultrasonic cleaner size

    i think you'll be happy with that size. you should be able to get a pair of carb bodies in that one. it's amazing how reasonably priced these are now. i may move my small one on and up-size when i...
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    Re: Ultrasonic cleaner size

    i have a very similar 3l unit but maybe a bit higher power, and just like you, i wish i would have gotten a slightly larger one. this one is pretty ideal for carb work, but anything bigger just...
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    Re: Interesting air box

    i was looking at that very thing the other day. you could actually split the plenum into two sections to cover both tasks as it's fairly large. ( it is on my sport anyway.)
  25. Thread: Fulvia EFI!

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    Re: Fulvia EFI!

    i think i'd spend a little time looking closer at the individual tb setup. if they were staggered to take care of the different length intake tracts there might be room for everything to fit....
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